their people to boil the water so that they can avoid getting cholera or is that just left to the ngo's? >> greta, i can't speak to that, i don't know what the government's doing, all i know is what we do. and we're just trying to fill a vacuum that is left by the government, by not being at the door when they need to be at the door. >> greta: when i'm in haiti, what strikes me, there's one part of haiti that's absolutely chaos, i've been in cholera clinics, down the streets where it's just, you know, the thousands and thousands of people, there seems to be absolutely no order, squalor, poverty, people look hungry and then i go to some areas of haiti and it's the most magnificent beautiful place i've ever seen in my life. >> well, the poverty is very real. i will say one thing that as an outsider and i'm speaking as an outsider myself even though i was living there three and a half years, living there for three years as an outsider. a lot of times what appeared to be chaos to us when we come into situations from the outside actually have their own sort of internal order.